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CatholicCare has partnered with developers and housing providers to offer apartment concierge support to people living with disability. Concierge support allows participants to live in a Specialist Disability Accommodation (SDA) apartment of their choice.

Participants contribute a portion of their funding to have CatholicCare deliver onsite concierge support. It provides participants with flexibility to choose a different in-home support provider whilst knowing CatholicCare will be available to provide onsite 24/7 on-call unplanned support between the hours of your scheduled and in-home supports.

For more information:
P: (02) 9488 2500
E: disabilityfutures@catholiccaredbb.org.au

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